Jean Victoria Norloch

Biography

Who is she? This woman who speaks of past lives and the fight for humanities survival...

What right does she have to imply that she may have the answers to all life’s questions, who gave her the authority to offer to provide those truths?

She is nobody, a single divorced mothers of one who merely wishes to define for herself the truth behind why we are here, who we are and where we are headed. Not a spiritual leader, not a certified expert in any given field and certainly nowhere close to pure or perfect she is as human as you and possibly more lost. Still she seeks and believes the promise that if you seek so shall you find and as such will not give up her quest for truth. Yet what does she think it is? She doesn’t know but she hopes that you the reader will help her find those answers as she believes that buried within every person, every belief system from every culture exists a common vein of truth. That through the strength of unity that comes from knowing definitively that the human race is all connected we can work together to finally answer those questions we have so long sought the answers for and use those answers to help move the human race safely into the next age.

As for where she comes from, that answer she has yet to find but if you are willing she will take you with her as she seeks out her truth...

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Books

The Blook
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Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 153,300. Language: English. Published: March 21, 2011 by Grave Distractions Publications. Category: Nonfiction » Religion and Spirituality » Spiritual awakening
A number of authors have joined forces to raise money for the Shepherd of the Hills children's home in the Philippines and the Gaia Center. Authors: Lucien Clausse, Nancy Gosse, Jacob Israel, Brian Kannard, Rev. Dr. Carol Kilby, Sonja Myriel, Cher Lyn, Jean Victoria Norloch, Rick O'Shields, and Rev. Korey Tuttle all have contributed essays in relation to the healing of humanity.

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